Crim Procedure Take Home Exam

Crim Procedure Take Home Exam - CRJ 328 Criminal Procedure...

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CRJ 328 Criminal Procedure Name Lauren Margerum Waynesburg University Department of Criminal Justice Administration Your answer must be limited to one page per question . You may use only one continuation page for all questions. Thus, you should submit a maximum of 5 pages for the entire exam. Your answer must be typed in at least 11 pt. font with at least 1.5 spacing . Problem 1A According to the Fourth Amendment, an officer is allowed to temporarily stop a person and ask questions. This “freeze,” allows police officers to further investigate their suspicions. Officer Bottoms also, was allowed to move the location due to the weather. The actual “seizure” of the evidence was not taken until after the suspect had been cuffed and the officer already had a reasonable suspicion that crime had been committed. The spilling of the bag and the fleeing of Vann just added to the articulable facts of this case and in the end, gave officer Bottoms probable cause. The officer knew items identical to these were stolen from a local business and had
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